Supply Chain, Logistics, and Maritime Port Management

Supply Chain, Logistics, and Maritime Port Management

Demand in the Supply Chain, Logistics, and Maritime Port Management fields has increased dramatically due to the fact that it is a $6 billion dollar industry in New Jersey alone. Global business today encompasses domestic and global companies with busy ports in New York and New Jersey to handle cargos worldwide from North America, Europe, South America, Africa, and Asia. Globalization revolutionizes the way companies conduct their business. The world has become one big supply chain and this program seeks to help meet the keen demand for professionals in these fields. See more inforation in our PROGRAM SHEET.

PAST EVENTS

  • Transportation and Technology; Director of Simulation Modeling - Guest Speaker: Mark Yedlin, has over 40 years of experience as a transportation professional specializing in the development and application of traffic simulation models to evaluate proposed improvements to traffic operations. (flier)
  • The Impact of Mega Ships - Guest Speaker: Jaesil Hwang; a Management Visiting Scholar at NJCU School of Business and a broadcasting reporter of Munhwa Broadcasting Corp. (MBC) in Busan, Korea. Her research focuses on the governance of marine ports, terminals, and price structure in the U.S. and Korea. (flier)
  • Poster and Oral Presentation Business Research Showcase Competition

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COURSE INFORMATION

CONTACT US

FACULTY

EunSu Lee, Ph.D., CPIM. CSCP, GISP
Phone:  201-200-3505
Email:  elee3@njcu.edu
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Amit J. Mokashi Ph.D. PB2
Phone:  201-200-2572
Email: amokashi@njcu.edu
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VISITING SCHOLARS

Jaesil Hwang, M.A. (Jaesil_hwang_prof@njcu.edu)
Department of Management Visiting Scholar; Reporter of Munhwa Broadcasting Corp. (MBC) in Busan, Korea
Research Interests: governance of marine ports, terminals, and price structure.

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